Unidentified rider down

Unidentified rider down

Postby cp123 » Thu May 09, 2013 1:20 pm

http://www.canberratimes.com.au/act-new ... 2j9jl.html


:shock: get well soon

If they can tell he/she has a broken ankle, I'm sure they would also be able to identify the gender of the person... :?:
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby Cruiserman » Thu May 09, 2013 8:16 pm

ACT Poling said it was unclear how the cyclist, whose age and gender is yet to be confirmed

Perhaps they are conducting a poll to determine the age and gender.
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby cp123 » Fri May 10, 2013 9:32 am

surely it would be helpful to people who may be unknowingly related to this person to say female or male, aged approx in their 20s, 50s or 70s or whatever. at least then we can all check up on who we know...?
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby mick243 » Fri May 10, 2013 1:22 pm

no, apparently its far more important that we know that all the traffic lanes are open now......
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby Cruiserman » Fri May 10, 2013 3:14 pm

cp123 wrote:surely it would be helpful to people who may be unknowingly related to this person to say female or male, aged approx in their 20s, 50s or 70s or whatever. at least then we can all check up on who we know...?


Sorry must have been to obtuse in my reply, it was a pun at the CT attempted spelling of policing, which was rather closer to polling than it's intention, and the extreme need in Canberra to have a poll for everything.
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby Ross » Sat May 11, 2013 9:21 am

mick243 wrote:no, apparently its far more important that we know that all the traffic lanes are open now......


Because cyclists aren't important, we don't pay rego, ride slowly holding up traffic (except if you drive a cement truck then you just knock us out of the way with no fear of reprisal) and some of us even wear lycra. We are just a bit of dogsh!t on the bottom of society's shoe.
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Re: Unidentified rider down

Postby thecaptn » Sat May 11, 2013 9:30 am

Ross wrote:
mick243 wrote:no, apparently its far more important that we know that all the traffic lanes are open now......


Because cyclists aren't important, we don't pay rego, ride slowly holding up traffic (except if you drive a cement truck then you just knock us out of the way with no fear of reprisal) and some of us even wear lycra. We are just a bit of dogsh!t on the bottom of society's shoe.

Yep, people should get Coles vouchers for running us over.
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